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Student meets VP

When Kolby Eller discovered that a close friend had been sexually assaulted at a party, he was shocked and confused. Not sure what to say or how to help, Eller began doing research into the topic. “I found that this happens far too often and I knew I wanted to do all I could to […]

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COM Week 2017 features distinguished researchers and alumni

Communication Week is a signature event for Missouri State University’s Department of Communication. It focuses on highlighting communication teaching and research, as well as bringing together students, alumni and community members to network. This year, the week-long event themed “Make Your Missouri Statement” will take place on campus from Feb. 21-24. Dr. Shawn Wahl, Missouri […]

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Life in the Ozarks for African-Americans: From 1906 to today

On April 14, 1906, racial tensions reached a tipping point in the Queen City of the Ozarks. Mob rule and violence ensued, and the lynching that occurred in Park Central Square on the eve of Easter Sunday became a permanent mark on the history of the Ozarks. In the aftermath of the catastrophe, many African-Americans […]

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